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    Topic:   Review source citations  

    This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by kiwi kiwi 2 years, 3 months ago.

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      Just checked out the new review source citations feature which is interesting addition. Your description didn’t match what I thought I’d see. The list shows the list of records by name and whether they’re indi or family. It doesn’t show the citation. Clicking the name takes me to the record but to me, doesn’t fulfill the purpose you state of reviewing for accuracy and consistency. One at a time can’t do that easily.

      Also,the row height is very high so the list takes up a lot more pages than it should.

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      That suggests you are using sources without citations. If so, then you are correct that the tool does nothing for you.

      My personal kiwitrees site is
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